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he took a giant poo on them and they said yummmy
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What relationships did Samuel de Champlain have with natives?

During the summer of 1609 Champlain attempted to form better relations with the local native tribes. He made alliances with the Wendat (called Huron by the French) and with th (MORE)

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Why did Samuel De Champlain explore?

He liked exploring & wanted to find a Northwest passage through the "New World". He found Lake Champlain, and named it after himself.
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